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new this morning - a hacker group is promising revenge on cincinnati police!we've seen a key development in this story in just the last hour. hour.that group released personal information for several police officers. but since 5 this morning - that gone. jordan burgess is live at c-p-d with these developments. that personal information has now been taken down. saying it's been removed by its creator or the website itself. but at last check the video
still there. we want to show you a little bit of that video. it was put out by a group called anonymous anon verdict. the video has an animation over music. then you see a person in a mask at the podium. in a digitalized voice they express outrage over the deadly shooting of paul gaston last week by cincinnati police. officers say they opened fire on gaston when he reached for what turned out to be an air soft gun in his waistband. in retaliation for the shooting the group released personal cincinnati police officers but that has now been taken down. but the group has threatened to information in the future. we'll be asking police today about their response to the video. reporting live jordan burgess. 9 on your side. breaking overnight... a tri-state man is fighting for
interstate.police say 35 year old jeremy williams was walking in the middle lane of westbound 275 at i-71 when he was hit.they also say he suffered injuries to both his head and leg.he was taken to bethesda north... where his exact conditon is still unknown at this hour. breaking this morning - a couple escapes from a fire in their home 'unhurt' ... after something in the garage started burning.the fire started late last night at the home on flintrock bluff in independence, kentucky. investigators aren't sure what caused it right now ... but it's not believed to be suspicious.more good news for the uninjured victims ... the home is not a complete loss. also breaking overnight... two teenagers are recovering following a rollover crash in crosby township.you heard chopper 9 reporter dan carroll say just a moment that's where they're headed ... we'll have a live look at the crash scene coming up.it happened just before 10 last night on new haven road near mt. hope.we're told the the crash snapped a utlility pole in half.two teenage girls were taken to
they are expected to be o-k. this morning a man accused of going on a murder spree across a michigan city will face charges in court.the kalamazoo gazette reports jason brian dalton fired 30 shots at eight people. six were killed.and police say right now they have no idea why he did it. prosecutors say the uber driver calmly carried out the murders ...even picking up fares for rides in between the killings.they started at an apartment complex on saturday afternoon ... where police say he gunned down a woman in the parking lot. she's expected to survive.more than four hours later, another attack - a father and his teenage son shot and killed at a car dealership.just minutes after that, police say dalton opened fire on five people in a restaurant parking lot, killing four and injuring another.he was finally arrested just after 12:30 am sunday morning.a passenger who rode with dalton before the behavior. (matt mellen/uber passenger)
house, got a telephone call, after that call he started driving erratically. we were kind of driving through medians, driving through the lawn. once he came to a stop i jumped out of the car and ran away." away."uber confirmed to cnn that dalton, 45, was an uber driver and said he had passed a background check.the company also issued a statement extending condolences to vi investigation. cincinnati mayor john cranley and police chief eliot isaac will wrap up their community- wide discussion on stopping crime tonight... during a meeting in college hill. district five... the fifth in a series on reducing cincinnati's violent crime rate.mayor cranley says reducing shootings and violent crime is one of his top priorities in 2016... and people's concerns will be used to adjust chief isaac's new crime fighting strategy. tonight's meeting starts at six-30... at the college hill community center... 5545 belmont avenue. calling all candidates... today... more than a dozen
voters.the 8th congressional district candidate forum is this morning... starting at 11- 30... at miami university voice of america learning center in west chester.the candidates are seeking to fill john boehner's congressional seat.boehner retired from congress last year. a couple leads police on a 30 minute chase through hamilton county... in a moving van.that chase caused the wreck of a hamilton county sheriff's cruiser.and they'll go in front of a judge today. today.a woman says iesha harris and darius loveless stole her uhaul yesterday in colerain township ... she claims harris slammed her head in the van's door, and punched her in the face, trying to throw her out of the van. officers tried to stop the pair, but it wasn't until a deputy deployed spiked stop sticks that the two were eventually caught. even then harris tried to make a run for it, before a k-9 unit stopped her with a bite on the behind. loveless stayed in the passenger seat.harris is charged with failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, robbery and
today you can save a live ... ...and get a free show! show!hoxworth blood center is teaming up with ringling brothers - barnum and bailey circus for a special blood drive.the first 500 people will get a free voucher to see circus xtreme... march third through sixth... at u-s bank arena.those tickets normally cost 16-dollars.today's blood drive runs from 10-30 to six p-m. the u-s supreme court is back in session today for the first time since the sudden death of justice antonin scalia. scalia.oral arguments get underway at about 10 a-m eastern.chief justice john
scalia's passing from the bench.scalia died last week while visiting a remote texas ranch.he was 79 years old. president obama has vowed to pick a supreme court nominee to fill the vacancy. republicans argue naming a successor should be a job for the next president. this morning... ohio governor john kasich is hoping to rebound in nevada... following a disappointing showing in the south carolina g-o-p presidential primary.and once again... all eyes are on donald trump trumptrump... who finished first in south carolina by double digits... is defending a controversial tweet... suggesting that *both* ted cruz and marco rubio are both ineligible to be president. he's used the attack against cruz in the past.but this is the first time he's mentioned rubio... who's the son of cuban immigrants.both g-o-p rivals fired back at trump's attack strategy. "this is a pattern. this is a game he plays."butt to"to surround yourself with smart people, that's not enough." enough."on tuesday... republicans vote in the nevada caucuses... and the latest polls there show trump with a big lead.meanwhile... hillary
will square off later this week in south carolina's democratic primary. the fight over funding for planned parenthood in ohio just took another turn. turn.governor john kasich has signed a bill... blocking it from getting state money.the law bans the buckeye state from contracting health services with any group that performs or promotes abortion. planned parenthood could lose more than one million dollars in funding. 30 seconds from explosion! passengers say that 30-seconds was all that saved them from the fire that gutted a megabus. and that's just the
gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 6 on 9 on your side!" right now good morning tri-state's jennifer ketchmark is taking viewers behind the scenes ... ... you can join her facebook chat happening 'live' ... just visit jennifer's facebook page. a megabus goes up in flames - forcing people out onto the highway! passengers say they smelled rubber from the start of their trip in chicago.at one point
off the bus halfway between milwaukee and chicago - and 30 seconds later - a huge explosion.the bus then burst into flames, creating a 30- foot plume of smoke.everyone made it out of the bus o-k but lost their luggage.they had nowehere to turn - so they *walked* over ice and through some woods to a nearby hospital. something to think about if you gasp for air going up a few flights of stairs. stairs.take a look at the effort your own tristate firefighters are taking to help fight lung disease. one after another...up the stairs they go... taking part in the "fight for air climb" on sunday at carew tower ...in full gear...delhi, anderson...and firefighters from other departments climbed 45 floors, a total of 804 steps. why? because they can.
know we do it for those that can't."> can't.">money raised during yesterday's event will help fund research for new treatments and cures for lung diseases... such as asthma and lung cancer. new developments in the sexual assault case against bill cosby.the comedian's wife has filed a last-minute motion... postponing her scheduled deposition later today in massachusetts. .attorneys for seven women who claim bill cosby drugged and raped them several years ago want to question camille cosby about her husband's behaviors... and what she knew. camille argues she had no involvement with the facts or allegations in the case... and that her testimony would create an unnecessary media
the clean-up from a ferocious cyclone which tore through fiji over the weekend continues this morning... morning...and in the last hour... we've learned the death toll has gone up. up.fiji's government now says 18 people have died...the country's prime minister has declared a state of emergency for the next 30 days... as crews clean up and assess the damage from tropical cyclone winston.as a precaution .. all schools will be closed this week.winds from cyclone winston reached 177 miles per hour... making it the strongest storm in the southern hemisphere since
police say a man and woman drove over lawns, even crashed into a cruiser - all in a finally arrested them close call for a tri-state woman.the unexpected guest who brought some excitement into her quiet evening at home. good morning...a chilly start to the week... after a sunny and mild weekend.9 first warning meterologist jennifer ketchmark has a closer look at
a body found in the little miami river washed up in loveland-- is now identified as the morrow veteran who went missing since january 1st. 1st.family and friends are now honoring 27-year-old aaron berns... an army veteran ... police saw him last jumping into the little miami river after a house fire.his family says he had p-t-s-d.seven weeks later crews found a body that washed ashore in loveland... sunday police identified the body as berns. friends held a memorial for berns at the little morrow church. (sot) 03;02;11 (missy hubbard- birth mother) "we know where he's at. we can bury him and now get some closure and grieve like we're meant to grieve." the family says more needs to be done to help veterans going through p-t-s-d.they are working with the v-a on funeral arrangements. a couple leads police on a 30 minute chase through hamilton county... in a moving van.and they'll go in front of a judge today.
swilley with the wild chase that wrecked a police officer's patrol car. both suspects have been here at the hamilton county justice center more than a dozen times... but never for something quite like this...allegedly taking police on a nearly 30 minute chase in a u-haul, driving across several front yards and hitting a cruiser before being arrested. a woman says iesha harris and darius loveless stole her uhaul yesterday in colerain township- harris slamming her head in the van's door, punching her in the face, trying to throw her out of the van and steal her phone. officers tried to stop the pair, but it wasn't until a deputy deployed spiked stop sticks that the two were eventually caught. even then harris tried to make a run for it, before a k-9 unit stopped her with a bite on the behind. loveless stayed in the passenger seat.harris is charged with failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, robbery and felonious assault. loveless is charged with robbery. both are scheduled to be arraigned today at 9 a.m. we'll be in court and let you know what a judge decides. reporting live...kristen
happening today... the northern kentucky man convicted of pretending to be a police officer and sexually assaulting his victims... will learn how long he'll spend in prison. prison.chad ludwick... a former kenton county guard... will be sentenced on nine felony counts... including impersonating a police officer... sexual abuse and unlawful imprisonment.if convicted... he could face up to 20 years in prison.9 on your side will be at this morning's hearing... watch for an update on 9 on your side at noon. a close call for a tri-state woman... after an out-of- control driver careened through a red light... slammed into another car... and into her living room. room.it happened last night on gilbert avenue in walnut hills. police say the driver of a honda accord ran a red light and crashed into another honda... then hit this apartment building on nassau
the way inside... coming within inches of a woman sitting on her couch. cincinnati police"minor talking- good spirits. she did go to the hospital though just to be checked out." out."police say the driver of the honda accord also suffered minor injuries... and will likely be cited for running the red light. a middletown family is safe this morning ...all because a neighbor knocked on their door ...as their home was burning. burning.the house on arcadia drive caught fire over the weekend.neighbors saw the flames coming from the back of the home... but didn't see anyone running outside.so they ran over and started pounding on bill rainey's door. front">the house is a complete loss.it took 45 minutes for
grass fires are burning all across oklahoma... and firefighters say they may not be out anytime soon.they've already burned more than 60- thousand acres across the state since last week. a dry winter has turned much of the state into a tinderbox. fire officials say the cool temps helped efforts... but the wind put them on edge. that's because there is a lot of undergrowth in the region... and it's been ten years since they've been able to do controlled burns. "i can see the advantages of it because it helps clearning out the brush and debris and keep something like this from happening again." again."park visitors say while it's a good idea... it worries them because of the consequences if a burn gets
here's one way to wake up... with a face full of fresh snow...the toronto zoo posted this adorable video of giant panda "da mao" last week. according to the zoo, he woke up to see the snow and got excited.you can see the panda emerge out of his cave and tumble down the snowy hill.he liked it so much... he climbed up half-way and did it again. wmax full it takes a village.and a north carolina man is thanking *practically* his entire town
the cocktail consists of tequila, triple sec and lime or lemon juice.but there are lots of ways you can change it up... up...of course... you'll always need tequila. margaritaville recommends a blend of gold and silver tequila.but you can switch up the recipie by adding sweet and sour mix to the triple sec orange liquor.and you can get it blended with ice... or *on the rocks* with some salt. one man's heart started to give out on a grocery store aisle... but complete strangers jumped in to save his life. life.60-year-old michael kiddy collapsed at a supermarket in valdese, north carolina... where he was stocking shelves when his heart stopped.high school student james crossno... who just happened to be studying to be an e-m-t... rushed over.he started administering c-p-r... while two nurses who happened to be grocery shopping jumped in and pushed on his chest. erika micol & kristen carswell, nurses "he's laid out on the floor purple. he
one of the firefighters who arrived to help was kiddy's out of the hospital... and thanking everybody who had a part in saving him. the average prices of a gallon of gas has fallen 5 cents in the past two weeks to its lowest level in more than seven years.the average price now stands at one-77 per gallon.that's the lowest price since december of 2008... when gas was roughly one-66 a gallon.gas is 56 cents lower than a year ago... mainly in response to weak oil prices. don't forget you can always find the cheapest gas in the tri-state by visiting us at w-c-p-o dot com slash gas hyphen prices. new this morning -- a vaccine that combats the most dangerous strains of h-p-v has reduced the spread of the virus in teenage girls by almost two thirds ...that's according to federal researchers ... who say despite the fact that a minority of women have been vaccinated ... they're seeing a major public health impact. impact.about 40 percent of girls between 13 and 17 have recieved the vaccine.only
been vaccinated.about 14 million americans become infected with h-p-v every year ...the more dangerous strains of the virus can cause cervical cancer ...which the american cancer society says will kill about 41-hundred women this year. the federal government is laying down the law on hoverbaords... and you may lose yours if it's not safe... safe...the self-balancing scooters... which were a popular gift this holiday season... have had been implicated in as many as 52 fires resulting in over two- million dollars in property damage.according to the consumer product safety commission... hoverboards that don't meet safety standards would be -quote- "subject to detention"... and could be seized. pope francis is now calling for a one-year moratorium on the death penalty. penalty.he's proposing that catholic leaders suspend the practice during the holy year of mercy.that push for forgiveness runs through november.francis is also throwing his support behind a conference set to begin today that *he hopes* will help
and the threat against cincinnati police - and the development we've seen in just the last couple of hours. and a safety alert before you head off to school and work this morning!the problem with as many as 90-million airbags! to bring you wendy' s north pacific cod sandwich we send guys like this... on boats like these... in weather like this... all the way up here... for wild caught fish like this... that we panko bread like this... for a sandwich that' crispy and crunchy.
today where' s the beef? means something different. some use beef frozen from far away. but wendy' s believes the juiciest hamburgers are made from fresh beef raised... right here. land of the beef, home of the deliciously different dave' s double. now at we're keeping a close eye on a threat to cincinnati police. police.a hacker group says officers shouldn't have shot a suspect - and claim they leaked personal information of officers in revenge. but there are new signs this morning the group may be having a change of heart. jordan burgess is live with those developments. that information is no longer up online. the link has been taken down. but this video here that talks about its release still is.
that clip that was posted. it was put up by a group called anonymous anon verdict. in it a person in a mask with a digitized voice says the group is angered by the shooting death of paul gaston. gaston was shot and killed by cincinnati police officers last week after they say he reached for what turned out to be an airsoft gun in his waistband. in response.. the group put out the personal information of some cincinnati police officers. that information has now been taken down. but the group has threatened to release more officers' information in the future. police about response to the video reporting burgess. 9 on your side. breaking this morning - brace yourself:security is forced to arrest a *naked* man at nashville international airport.it took two minutes for security to track him down
in the meantime, other flyers shot cell phone video of the man.an airport spokesperson says this man has tried the stunt before - but never made it into the terminal.one witness told the new york daily news - quote "i turned my head and i saw some creamy white thighs and ankles and i said - that's a naked man." new this morning... as many as 90 million more takata airbags may face recalls.sources say u- s auto safety regulators may take the drastic step because they still pose a threat to drivers' safety.the airbags have been linked to nine deaths here in the u-s.so far... about 29-million airbags have already been recalled. there is some promising news this morning for the family of a badly-burned eight year old from buffalo ... who's getting care from tri-state doctors. treasure brighton is now out of intensive care at shriner's hospital ... as is her brother.the other child inside the burning home has been released.a prayer service was held last night in buffalo for demetrius
this morning a man accused of going on a murder spree across a michigan city will face charges in court.the kalamazoo gazette reports jason brian dalton fired 30 shots at eight people.six were killed.and police say right now they have no idea why he did it. the spree started at an apartment complex on saturday afternoon ... where police say he gunned down a woman in the parking lot. she's expected to survive.more than four hours later, another attack - a father and his teenage son shot and killed at a car dealership.just minutes after that, police say dalton opened fire on five people in a restaurant parking lot, killing four and injuring another.a passenger who rode with dalton before the rampage described troubling behavior. it was a nearly 30 minute chase in a u-haul.a man and woman drove across several front yards... hit a police cruiser... and still kept going before being arrested. arrested.a woman says iesha
stole her uhaul yesterday in colerain township.officers tried to stop the pair... but it wasn't until a deputy deployed spike sticks that the two were eventually caught. harris tried to make a run for it... before a k-9 unit bit her.both will appear in court this morning on *multiple* felonies. the fight over funding for planned parenthood in ohio just took another turn. turn.governor john kasich has signed a bill... blocking it from getting state money. money.the law bans the buckeye state from contracting health services with any group that performs or promotes abortion. planned parenthood could lose more than one million dollars in funding. no traffic issues, minute-by-minute updates on wcpo.com and at the bottom of
good morning, america. donald trump on a roll. >> we won with everything. tall hing. tall people, short people, fat people, skinny people. just won. >> the gop front-runner celebrates big back-to-back wins now all eyes on the nevada, the next vote casts tomorrow. can marco rubio and ted cruz stop his momentum. the uber driver accuseded of killing six people. reportedly picking up fares during the rampage. now those passengers are speaking out. >> we were driving through